Category: graphic design

  • Zoë Kravitz for the Library

    The American Library Association has released it latest Public Service Announcements (PSAs) for its ilovelibraries initiative. The new READ® poster and video features Zoë Kravitz and combines Kravitz’s library love with the upcoming film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in which she stars.  The poster features Kravitz in her character Leta Lestrange and the video is…

  • Opposites attract in new print ad campaign from Ford

    Dual-zone is the new print ad campaign Ford just unleashed in Chile. Created by JWT the campaign is designed to promote the dual-zone climate control feature offered in their vehicles. The tag-line – The Same Place. Different temperature. Wow! via Ads of the World

  • Happy New Calendar! A Sampling of Calendars at the DPLA

    Now that we have our new calendar in place to help track the year ahead let’s have a look back at some of the thousands of calendars available for your perusal at the Digital Public Library of America, DPLA. Derived from the Latin word kalendae, which was the name of the first day of every month, there are…

  • And a happy new year…Holiday Cards by Poets

    Postcard by Alice Notley. Photograph: Courtesy of Raymond Danowski Poetry Library, MARBL, Emory University As the 2104 holiday season wraps up let’s finish the year with a look at how some of our most beloved poets shared the holiday love. Winter Wedding: Holiday Cards by Poets currently on view at Poet’s House features over 40 works…

  • Dick Bruna: A sampling of covers

    He is best known for creating Miffy, the world’s most famous rabbit.  Yes, that’s right, the world’s most famous rabbit, Not Peter, not Roger… Miffy. He has published over 200 Miffy books to date with almost 90 million sold. The Miffy brand rakes in over $150 million a year. But Miffy is just a slice of the…